Jul 13, 2009


Journalist and author Ian Halperin has written a tell all book called Unmasked: The Final Years of Michael Jackson that will hit stands tomorrow about the late great Michael Jackson & he reveals one explosive detail . . . that Michael was in fact a homosexual!

Now I don't know how much of this is true & I hate to post things that aren't true about MJ but here we go.

Halperin, an unofficial biographer of MJ's claims to have spoken to two of the star’s younger male lovers, non children. One was a waiter and the other an aspiring actor.

Halperin claims Michael fell in love with the waiter. He says that the waiter & MJ had remained friends, maybe even more up until his death. The 2 met when he served MJ at a restaurant where Jackson made his interest plain and the two slept together the following night.

The other love, an actor named only as Lawrence told Halperin that MJ was “was very shy. But when he started to have sex, he was insatiable.”

According to Halperin virtually everyone around the singer knew he was gay and he used to have a string of men come visit him at his home, often times spending the night. Other times he would meet lovers in a run-down motel dressed as a woman. One alleged lover said: “The very first time he had sex with me he said, ‘The King of Pop’s going to lick your lollipop.’ I still laugh thinking about that.”

Jackson moved to Los Angeles in 2007 and barely left his home, except to meet one of his lovers for secret liaisons. A source told Halperin: “He met a construction worker and fell madly in love with him. Michael would leave the house in disguise, often dressed as a woman, and would go to meet his boyfriend at a motel that was one of Vegas’ grungiest dives. Michael was broke. He struggled to put food on the table for his children. It was all he could afford then.”

Halperin says that a close aide of Michael confirmed the affair to him & said that he had no knowledge of what went on behind closed doors at the motel except that MJ would dress as a woman after midnight to meet a worker employed by the city of Las Vegas.

Whether this is true or not, it's irrelevant to me. Sounds thoroughly fabricated though but in any event, whoever Michael chooses to love is his choice.

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